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Munni Kumari

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My name is Munni Kumari and I live in Shankar Camp. I joined Aarushi Charitable Trust as a junior teacher this year. munni
I am also studying as a B.A. 2nd year student. I like singing and listening to music. From childhood my dream was to become a teacher for young children

My father Dilip Yadav and my mother is Anita Devi moved to Shankar camp in 1999 with my elder sister, a brother and me. I am the youngest and was then five years old. We were poor and had to face several difficulties. That time, my father used to sell vegetables. There were no easy means for our education, except for a teacher in the neighborhood who used to teach children for fees, which was beyond what my father could afford. My mother then registered my name in Delhi Nagar Nigam Prathmic Vidyalaya School. However, I needed help to cope with studies in the school.  My mother persistently looked for tuition, which she could afford.  One day she found, one teacher was teaching small children without any fees in the temple in D-7. In 2001, Mummy registered my name with that teacher. I studied there from 2001 to 2005. Then, in 2006, Aarushi Charitable trust started classes in Shankar camp for small children. One teacher of Shankar Camp came to us and told us about it. Initially, only very small children were taught free of charge there. Later, they started classes for older children also. I joined these classes. Also sometimes, when the teacher was not there, I used to take the class for small children and also accompanied them for activities outside. I also took part in the Bal Panchayat meeting, and any cultural activities organized for the children. I always watched the teachers with awe and wanted to be like them. I always loved teaching. I want that in future generations, no child is uneducated.

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